Posts Tagged With: genealogy

The Family Story and Remembering a Soldier

Please bear with me as I get a train of thought out. I have been talking with a colleague who identifies himself (as I do) as a historian and genealogist. We were talking about the NARA records article I shared yesterday and a comment I saw about genealogists not being included in this NARA survey. […]

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Follow Friday – An In-Depth Guide to Richmond Virginia

PRESS RELEASE An In-Depth Guide to Richmond Virginia book release announced by The In-Depth Genealogist March 30, 2014; Utica, OH: This Guide to Richmond, Virginia was created in honor of The National Genealogical Society’s 2014 Family History Conference “Virginia: The First Frontier” held May 7-10, 2014.  Within the guide, Shannon Combs-Bennett shares her familiarity with […]

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20% Off Generations Books

Spring break is here! I thought spring would never come this year. To celebrate, I’m offering a 20% discount on my paperback books. Just use the code GCLTGYTN at checkout when you shop through CreateSpace for the following titles. This offer is good today through Sunday, April 6, 2014. Be sure to sign up for […]

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Military Monday – Catch Up on WWII Research Posts!

Last week I ended the discussion on IDPFs and the Graves Registration Service in World War II. Before we move to the next topic, do you want to read this series from the beginning? Below are the links! Like what you’ve seen and want to know more? Sign up for my newsletter on my author […]

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Military Monday – Understanding the Graves Registration Service

It’s Monday and that means a new installment in the world of military records! As you read through this series, please keep in mind I’m discussing World War II records only. While there is a lot of overlap between other wars and records, the focus here is only World War II. Today we will look […]

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Book Review – Graveyards of Chicago

Do you enjoy wandering Chicago’s cemeteries? There are so many in our large city and suburbs that are unknown to most of us. Coming from the field of family history, I tend to focus and visit only the cemeteries where my ancestors or my clients’ ancestors sleep. However, this year if winter ever ends, I […]

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